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PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Manchester Cites Political Motive or Dallas Trip GUILDI

JANUARY 8,1967
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(Continued from page 1)
the author calls a "political deci-
tion."
Those arranging the President's£
program in Dallas once considered
the Woman's Building as the site
of the luncheon to be given for<
him. Instead, the Trade Mart was
chosen and Kennedy's automobile
passed beneath the windows of the1
book building.
'The decision was a political de-I
cision made by politicians." 1

Backs Warren Report
The Warren Commission found
that Lee Harvey Oswald, station-
ed in a sixth-floor window of the
book building, fired the shots that
killed Kennedy and wounded Tex-
as Gov. John B. Connally. Its re-
port says Oswald acted alone.
Manchester evidently came to

opposite" of Kennedy, contrasting
their respective records in the
armed forces and writing that
Kennedy was "all-powerful" while
Oswald was "impotent".
Kennedy was cheered; Oswald
ignored," the book says. 'Kennedy
was beloved; Oswald despised.
Kennedy was a hero. Oswald was

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the sane conclusion. For he at- a victim."
tempts to probe for Oswald's mo- Of Oswald's possible motive, the
tive. He attributes it to the fact Warren Commission report said:
that Oswald was the "diametric "It is apparent, however, that

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Day Calendar
TV Center Programs: On Sun., Jan.
8, the following programs produced by
the TV ..Center will have their initial
telecast on Detroit stations:
8:30 a.m., WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 -
"Understanding Our World: Who Will
Watch the Watchers?: The Not-So-
Harmless Crimes." Two Law School
professors and Detroit's chief of de-
tectives consider crimes of vice and
their impact on the American police.
process.
12 oon, WWJ-TV, Channel 4 -
"Germany Today: Conquest of Lost
Souls." Profs. Clarence Pott and Stan-
ley Dimond trace the history of Ger-
man education from the end of the
Hitler era to today.,
General Notices
Applications for Faculty Research
Grants-Faculty members who wish to
apply for grants from faculty research
funds to support projects should file
their applications in Room 1014 Rack-
han Bldg. not lated than Jan. 30,
1967. Instructions and format may be
obtained in Room 1014 Rackham. or
you may call 764-4405.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar: Mon.,
Jan. 9, 4 p.m., Room 311, West Engi-
neering Bldg. Dr. Rokuko Muki, senior
research fellow in Applied Mechanics,
California Institute of Technology, will
speak on "On Some Problems of Load
Transfer Between Elastic Bodies."
Placement
April Grads-Please bring records up
to date or register early. All employers
expect to see forms on interviewees;
no interviews permitted without forms.
Welcome to browse through lists of
openings, Co. lit., Govt. openings, etc.
3200 SAB, 764-7460, 8:30-12 and 1:30-
4:30.
POSITION OPENINGS:
Saginaw Valley Council Camp Fire
Girls, Inc., Saginaw, Mich.-fieldDi-
rector, Bay &. Midland Counties. Grad,
any lib. arts field. Advising, training,
planning.
. U.S. Air Force Aeronautical Chart &
Info. Center, St. Louis, Mo.-Profession-
al cartographer- positions. 5 sem. hrs.
of math & degree min.
U.S. Dept. of Interior, Fed. Water
Poluton Controlr. Admin.,Kansas City,
M0.-Engrg... Chem., Biol., Bacteriol.,

Hydrol. & Econ. Mo.-Souris-Red Rivers
Project.
Warner, Norcross & Judd, Grand Rap-
ids, Mich.-Legal secretaries. Exec. Sect.
Sci. grads or any degree with good sect.
skills.
U.S. Finance Center, Cleveland, Ohio
-Trainee Mgmt. Analysts and computer
programmers. Any major with inter-
est and aptitude.
Mobil Chemical Co., Plastics Div.,
Macedon, N.Y. - Supervisor, Salaried
Employment. -MA Psych., Bus. Ad., or
Indust.- Rel. plus 3 yrs. with profes-.
sional and tech, recruiting and testing.
Eastern Regional Institute for Edu-
cation, Syracuse, N.Y.-Educ.-Psych. Re-
search. "B" average in any undergrad.
major, ERIE's selection test. Salary
plus 12 grad credits a yr. at university
of choice.
Chicago Public Library-Library Tech-
nician. Grads in all fields, sub-profes-
sional libr. work at main and branch
libraries. .
Boys' Clubs of America, Multiple Lo-
cations-Directors at all administrative
levels. Grads in most lib: arts fields
considered. Scholarships and training
programs available for graduate work.
Sutter Community Hospitals, Sacra-
mento, Calif.-Lab opportunities, licens-
ed medical technologists. Special trng.
provided.
Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Read-
ing Mass.-Any degree plus interest in
education, textbook publishing.
Finance Study Project, Nearby Uni-
versity-Limited time,. ends Sept. 1967.
Secretary, skillful in.dication, typing,
computation, duplication machines. Re-
sponsible, self-motivating person, works
alone great deal. Degree unnecessary,
pref. some exper.
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For further information please call
764-7460, General Division Desk, Bureau
of Appointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB--;
Monday, Jan. 9-Last day to file for
Office and Science Assistant Positions
for summer work with the govern-
ment. Applications available at Sum-
mer Placement Service, mail today, test
given in February.
Summer Jobs with Post Offices -
Some driving vehicles. Seasonal assist-
ants for offices throughout U.S.- Ap-
plications for examination must be
received before Feb. 9. 1967. Further
information and applications available
at Summer Placement Service,
Department of the Interior, Bureau
of Land Management, Anchorage, Alaska
-Announces surveying aide positions in
the Fairbanks and Anchorage areas.
Deadline for applications March 31, 1967.
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MON., JAN.16-
Lansing, Mich.-Fields not stated.
International Voluntary Services -
Teaching opportunities in Iraq, Jor-
dan, Egypt, Ghana, Nepal, Viet Nam,
Syria, Lebanon, Laos, Cambodia, Li-
beria and Algeria. Two year contract.
TUES., JAN. 17-
Old Bridge, N.J. (Madison Twp. H.S..)
-All fields.
Rockford, Mich.-Elem., Lib., Read.,
J.H.-Engl., S.S., Sec.-Lib., Boys PE,
Girls PE, Guid.-Woman, Physics, Engl.,
S.S., Bus., Ind. Arts,
International Voluntary Services-See
.Monday, Jan. 16.
THURS., JAN. 19-
Falls Church, Va.-Elem., 5/6 Grade
Scil, Art Cons., Read. Cons. Dept.
Heads-Engl., Sci., Math.
Stamford, Conn.-Fields not stated.
Make appointments now.
For additional information and ap-
pointments contact Miss Collins, Bu-
reau of Appointments, Education Divi-
sion, 3200 SAB, 764-7459.
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organizations only. Forms are available
in Room 1011 SAB.
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University Luthearn Chapel, 1511
Washtenaw, Jan. 8, 9:45 and 11:15 a.m.
services, sermon by the Rev. Donald
Mossman. Bible class at 11:15 a.m.
*' * *
Lutheran Student Chapel, Hill St. at
Forest Ave., Jan. 8, worship services at
9:30 and 11 a.m., 6 p.m. supper fol-
lowed by panel discussion at 7 p.m.
"Student Unrest at Michigan" - Dr.
William Brown, chairman Faculty Sen-
ate, Dr. Richard Cutler, vice-president
for student affairs, Richard Van House,
IFC president, and Mark Simons, SGC
vice-president.
* * *
Guild House, Monday noon luncheon,
Mike Zweig, SDS: "Student Power;
What It Means," Jan. 9, 12-1 p.m.,
Guild House, 802 Monroe,
*. * *
Hillel Foundation, Meeting on Wed.
evening lecture series, Jan. 9, 4 p.m.
1429 Hill.

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212 SAB, Lower Level, Summer Place- faith activities, Jan. 8, 4 p.m., 1429
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Hillel Foundation, Deli House, An
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